Poetry Comes Out of My Mouth — Mario Santiago Papasquiaro (Dialogos Books)

Mario Santiago Papasquiaro is the pen name of Jos alfredo zendejas pineda (mexico city, December 25, 1953 – 1998). Mexican poet and co-founder of the infrarrealista poetry movement.

The poetry of legendary Mexican poet Mario Santiago Papasquiaro is little known in the usa. closest friend of Roberto Bolao (he is Ulises Lima in his Los Detectives Salvajes ), Mario Santiago’s poetry flies in the most hallucinatory manner out of the tangled mass of Mexico’s heritage.

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ELECTRONIC COTTAGE – John M. Bennett – literature and poetry in Mexico, much older than such history in the United States. Readers may be familiar with the poetry of Sor Juana Ins de la Cruz, and of Octavio Paz. But there is now available in English a generous selection of a very different kind of poet from Mexico, Mario Santiago Papasquiaro, 1953-1998.

The series began with my May 29, 2018 interview featuring Arturo Mantecn, translator of the mexico city beat poet, Mario Santiago Papasquiaro’s Poetry Comes Out of My Mouth. The second episode features my interview with Genea Brice, the first Poet Laureate of Vallejo, California, reading from her book, A Way with Words .

Today’s book of poetry was completely in the dark about Papasquiaro until Poetry Comes Out of My Mouth and the excellent introduction to Papasquiaro by Ilan Stavans. There is much to know about the bohemian Papasquiaro and his partner in crime Roberto Bolao, the founders of Infrarealism (also called Visceral Realism).

I raised a hand to my mouth, as if to stifle a shout, and held the other hand out in front. be a mistake to see poetry primarily as a metaphor for something more general.” Wimmer, who also has.

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This Year’s Conference. artist, and educator, Maceo Montoya has published books in a variety of genres. His first novel, The Scoundrel and the. Arturo Mantecon’s translation of mexican poet mario santiago papasquiaro’s, Poetry Comes Out of My Mouth (Dialogos Books, 2018). A book.

Mario Santiago Papasquiaro: 'Already Far from the. – Jacket2 – Mexican poetry & infrarealism / 1 Tula River to stir up / [TRANSLATOR’S NOTE. In 1975, the Mexican poet Mario Santiago Papasquiaro (1953-1998) and Roberto Bolao co-founded Infrarrealism, a poetry movement that drew inspiration from Dadaism, Surrealism, Stridentism, the Beats, and the contemporary peruvian movement hora Zero.

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